Just as the name states this one is over the top. I am a little confused as to which type this is so I will enter it in both. I am using 100% beef but it is topped with a crab cake.
Ahoy, me hearties! This recipe is inspired by the pirates who roamed the Outer Banks of North Carolina and buried their treasure in chests.
This burger is my take on the French stew, Cassoulet, a dish traditionally loaded
with various meats, white beans and crispy bread crumbs.
Alternative is a synonym for my hometown of Austin, Texas! The sights, sounds and tastes are very independent, if not down right eclectic.
When I spent a year in London as a teenager, I learned about the wonders of fast, inexpensive, and delicious Indian food, and these flavors became ingrained in my appetite.
Don't let the name and ingredients of this burger inhibit you from experiencing this delicious burger. People spend huge amounts of money on material objects and non essential items.
I wanted to make an alternative burger that was an alternative to meat. I'm not a vegetarian, but I enjoy vegetarian food. This is a good burger to make if you have vegetarian friends.
I feel that their is a vast misunderstaning about dates. They are the small jewels that make this burger so special. It will not question you and every second will be enjoyable
The Turf with Surf Burger brings together a classic combination in a new venue...a crab-cake stuffed hamburger.
In honor of Abe Lebewohl's deli and his over stuffed sandwiches, I would have liked to name this the 2nd Ave.
The Hatch chile is truly a unique and special delicacy that should absolutely be celebrated when in season and when you can find them.